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Adam Brown

Adam Brown

  • Family Law, Divorce, Tax Law ...
  • New Jersey
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Summary

I am a self-motivated attorney with experience in transaction and litigation work. My background in corporate and individual taxation, and experience clerking in the Superior Court of New Jersey provides me with a unique perspective to counsel across a diverse range of practice areas. I have represented clients at trial, in mediation and arbitration, and post-judgment modification hearings. My experience in civil transactions has focused on contract drafting, incorporation, and compliance review.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Tax Law
  • Domestic Violence
Additional Practice Area
  • Temporary Restraining Orders
Fees
  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
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Languages
  • English
Education
Rutgers School of Law-Newark
J.D. (2014)
Activities: Tax Law Society President
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Professional Associations
State Bar of New Jersey  # 135732017
Member
Current
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Hudson County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Brennan-Vanderbilt Inn of Court
Pupil
- Current
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Essex County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Legal Answers
12 Questions Answered

Q. Hello My name is Jessica.My sons dad is receiving a settlement next week.will i receive something?
A: Need more information. Were you two married? Is there an agreement?
Q. Do I need to be specific when asking for evidence from opposing attorney?
A: You have the opportunity to conduct what we call "discovery." There are various mechanisms for discovery request. Since you are on your own, you should consult with an attorney about what you will need to prove your case. Then you should inquiry about how to admit what you need into evidence. Adam
Q. Can a custodial parent put a noncustodial parent on child support twice after being off? Parents were never married.
A: Yes, it is the right of the child.
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Contact & Map
THE LAW OFFICE OF ADAM C. BROWN, ESQ.
221 River Street
9th Floor
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (973) 687-8613